Marsh Excel 2 Stage Propane Regulator

What does a 2 stage propane regulator do?

2-stage regulator 2-stage regulators let users control their propane to match the pressure required for their specific propane devices, dealing with the pressure released from the first stage, the second stage regulator will further control the pressure to safely meet the propane pressure/supply needed for the propane appliance in use Weber 12 in.

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Do you need a propane regulator for an LP gas line?

In other words, a first stage propane regulator can’t be installed independently in an LP Gas system. There must be a second stage propane regulator installed as well. The first stage propane regulator will compensate for differing tank pressures and will deliver into the gas line at a pressure of 10 pounds or less.

How does a Marshall Excelsior megr 253 change over regulator work?

The Model MEGR-253 Automatic Changeover Regulator automatically redirects LP gas vapor flow from an empty service cylinder to a reserve cylinder, without interruption of service. It features an easy to read green indicator which changes to red when the service cylinder needs to be refilled.

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This regulator meets the relevant UL, NFPA and RV standards. It is a two-stage propane regulator that automatically transfers to a reserve cylinder when the primary cylinder runs out of gas.  It will fit all standard propane tanks and has a maximum inlet pressure of 250 psi. The inlet connection is a ¼ inch female inverted flare and the outlet connection is a 3/8 inch female National Pipe Thread.

It has been finished with a raw zinc and powder coat finish and has an indicator that is easy to read and changes from green to red when the tank needs to be refilled.  

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